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Weekend Best Best: Socks and Undies 5K, Kids in the Hall

Posted May 7, 2015

— A lot to do this weekend in the Triangle. Here are our picks!

Help someone:

Wheels for Heroes Charity Bar Crawl - Carolina Nightlife Raleigh is presenting this crawl Saturday that will hit seven patios on Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh. Everything starts at 5:30 p.m. at Lucky B's, which will celebrating its 10 year anniversary. Proceeds from the crawl will go to Wheels for Heroes, which provides mobility to our wounded heroes.

Socks and Undies 5K - This 2nd annual event is Saturday on Dorthea Dix Campus in Raleigh. The race benefits Note in the Pocket, a nonprofit that provides clothing to impoverished and homeless children in Wake County. Do not show up wearing only your socks and undies! The name of the race comes from the fact that donations of new bags of socks and underwear will be collected at the race.

Rock Your World Free Benefit Concert - Rally Point Sports Grill in Cary hosts this free concert Friday night starting at 6 p.m. The show is free but donations are being collected for charities including the Hope for Haiti Foundation.

On Stage:

The Kids in the Hall - The Canadian comedy troupe plays DPAC Friday night. Tickets start at $50.

Jim Breuer - The SNL alum brings his stand-up show to Carolina Theatre of Durham Friday night. Tickets start at $22.

Lisa Lampanelli - She's known as the "Loveable Queen of Mean," after doing so many celebrity roasts. See her at Carolina Theatre of Durham Saturday night.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Continues its run this weekend at Raleigh Little Theatre.

Next to Normal - The story that explores bi-polar disorder wraps up its run at Fletcher Opera Theater this weekend.


Interpol - The rock band plays The Ritz Friday night

Delta Rae - Durham band Delta Rae plays The Ritz Saturday night.

Vince Gill - Plays a sold-out show Saturday night at DPAC.

Kaiser Chiefs - They play Cat's Cradle Saturday night.

Isley Brothers - Take Mom to a concert on Sunday.The Isley Brothers play DPAC at 7 p.m. Sunday. Tickets start at $55.


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